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PAGE TWENTY-ONE Decatur, Illinois, Wednesday, September 3, 1952. THE DECATUR REVIEW Fire Calls Tuesday 10:33 a. m. 4200 Paries Parkway. Robert Kingery home and garage destroyed, apparently caused by oil stove; loss (5.000. Wednesday' 10:52 a. m 116 E. Wood St., Busy Bee Cafe, grease on fire; no loss. 11:02 a. m 1838 W. Rlverview Ave.. J. George Armstrong home. upholstered chair on fire; children playing with clgaret lighter; loss 135. Central Illinois Deaths COX. Mrs. Mary. SI. formerly of Salem, died Saturday In Detroit: leaves daughters. Mrs. Ruby Marlow, Salem: Mrs. Louis Wooley, St. Louis: Mrs. Laverne Holtzehausen. Detroit: servlres 2:30 p. m. Wednesday In McMackln Funeral Home. Salem: burial In East Lawn Cemetery. DARLINO. Jona. 84. near Greenup, died 5 p. m. Monday; leaves sons, Kverett, Greenup: Hugh. Champaisn; Clarence, Shelbyville: daughter. Mrs. Hazel Reisner. Hidalgo; brother, Luel. Jcwrtt: services 1:30 p. m. Thursday in Hllrs Funeral Home, Greenup; burial In Greenup Cemetery. FURSTE. Walter F . 49. Mattoon. died Sunday: services 1:30 p. m. Wednesday In St. Paul's Lutheran Church northeast of Mattoon: burial chanced to Resthaven Cemetery east of Mattoon; Schilling Funeral Home. Mattoon. In charge. HURER. Herman W.. 75. Atlanta, died 4 15 p. m. Monday at home: leaves wife. Jessie: daughters. Mrs. Julius Dieckow and Mrs. Kveiett Tabor. Glasford: Mrs. Jesse Cotton. Dlnuba. Calif.; Mrs. Wil-bert Van Buren. Tremont: Mrs. James Ware. Atlanta: sons. Charles. Mapleton; Martin. California: John. McLean; Julius. Washington. D. C: body In Qutram Funeral Home, Atlanta; arrangements incomplete. JOHNSON. Roy H. Tucola. died Tuesday In Dwight Veterans Hospital: funeral 3 p. m. Thursday Waddmgton Funeral Home: burial Tuscola Cemetery. MCCARTHY. James. 68. L'nroln. died Monday: services 9 a. m. Thursday In St. Painck's Catholic Churrh, Llnroln: burial In Holy Cross Cemetery: Kerrigan Funeral Home. Lincoln. In charge. PATTERSON. Mrs. Grace. "2. formerly of Mattoon. died Sunday In Dallas. Tex : services 3 p. m Wednesday In Schilling Funeral Home Mattoon; burial in Dodge Grove Cemetery. WILSON. Emory. 76. Parmer City, died Monday at home: leaves wife, Luella: daughters. Mrs. Helen McCord and Mrs. F'hel Swmey. Farmer City: son. Gene. Farmer City: brothers. Edward and James Leroy: Elmer. Arrowsmith: services 2:30 p m Thursday in Stensel Funeral Home, Farmer City, burial In Farmer City ceme-terv. WOOD. Orle L . '.it. Clln'on. died 6 50 p rrt Tuesday m John Warner Hospital. Clinton: leaves wife. Sophia: sons. Kenneth. Yuba City. Calif.: Robert. Clinton: daughters. Mrs. Frances Thompson. Las Vesas. Nev.: sister. Mrs. Clara Mcintosh. La Vegas: body in Puilen Ai Boos Funeral Horn. Clinton; arrangements Incomplete WHITE. Mrs. Mary F., 4. Brment. d ed 8 ii5 p. m. Tuesday at home: leaves riauchter. Mrs. John S. Vauchan. Be-ment; sister. Mrs. A. N. McKe, Hollv-wood. Cal.f.: brother. Charles S. Yetter. Wr! Palm Reach. Fla.: services B p m. Wednesday in Fdwards Funeral Home. Bement; burial Friday in Carthage. Legal Notices STATE OF ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF PUKLIC WORKS AND BUILDINGS DIVISION OF WATERWAYS Sealed proposal for furnishing all labor, services, equipment and materials, and for doing all work necessary for replacing cer. tain electrical equipment, arid all wiring and conduit on the UMca Swing Brlrice over the Illinois River in I.aSaile County. Illinois, together ith all appurtenant work necessary to improve and supplement br.dee yafety equipment will be received by the Slate of Illinois. D?par;ment of Public Works and Buildings, Division or W aterways. 201 West Monroe Mreet, Springfield Illinois until 10 30 A. M. Central Standard T:rre, October 28. 19o2. and th.en publ::y opened and read. Plan and specific' ions are on file In the oriice of the Division of Waterman. 2J1 West Monroe Street. leld. Illinois, the Chicago District Oifice of the Division of Waterways. lr0 North laSalle srreet. Chicago. Illinois, and the office of the Bridge Section of the Division of Wafer avs. 10S Bridge Street. Johet. Illinois. here they may be obtained free of charge by imereed parties. The prevailing wags to be paid on said work are as h-ed In said specif ica ions. fcnth proposal shall be accompanied by a Bank Cashier's Check or Bank Draft in the amount of at least trn 1 0 per cent of trie totnl amount of the proposal. Tie State reserves the right to re.ect any or ail bids Thomas B Casey Chief Engineer. CITY OF DECATUR. ILLINOIS NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Seaed proposals for the improvement described here n will be received at The nfii.e of t: e Council of tne City of Decatur Illinois, urtil 10 00 o'clork a. m. September 18 l!o2. and at that time publicly opened ard read The proposed improvement shall consist of the construcmn of larermalns in North Mam fcrree'. North Water Street. North Broadway Stree. North Morgan Street. Arlington Avenue. Van Buren Avenue and McKmley Averue. The y shall be of the var.cus sizes and located as shown on the plans Plan, specif 1--a. inns and prnpoals ma v be obtained from the Engine-r upf-'i the pavment of $5 00 by bank draft, back cashier's check or rertified check marie payable to the order of the Citv Treasurer of Decatur. Illinois. Currency will no' be accepted. No plany specification or proposal forms will be tMied after 12 M 'Noon September 17. 1952 No refund wil! he made for plans, specifications or proposal forms returned. Plans specifications and proposal forms are on fhe at the Office or the Mayor, subject to inspection of all parties desiring to bid. All proposals mut be accompanied by a hank draft, hank cashier's rher-K or certified check made payable to the order of the Ci'y Treasurer of Decatur. Illinois or a atifactory hid bor.d for ten )10i per cent of The tora! bid price. ! The Contractor r:ail pay the prevailing tatf rate on the proposed construction. The wv of Decatur. Iilinni. reserves the right to re:ect any or all proposals and to waive ter!-ni"alit:e-i BY ORDER OF THF COUNCIL OF I THE CITY OF DECATUR. ILLINOIS I September J. 1952 J. W LOFTUS ! C'.ty Clerk Tho Decatur Review RATES BY UAH Id Trading Are Cany and Bund Duly except Sonclaj 1 rear (MM I mr (9 00 month f 00 month! ft 00 1 Booth 1.2S 3 month 1.7 1 math 1.35 I month 1.1S 1 week .3 1 vert JO und; Only Oh Ter (5 00 Outside of trading Area Dally and Sunday Dally eicent Sundn 1 Tear 0100 month. 0 75 3 month I IS 1 mortb 135 1 rear (13 00 month 7 35 3 month 3.75 1 month 1.50 1 work 60 1 iwk .40 Sunday On It On Tear M 00 Carrlr rate apply on ubcr1pt1on by mall In an town or territory having carrier arm.. Remittance tbould be made by ehcs or money order. The Review annot euum responsibility for currency or stamp. RATE8 BT CARRIER Per Week Renew Dally only except Holiday 3M Review and Sunday 3te Review and Herald and Sunday o Marrla it e License IN DFWITT Arthur U Moore. 20, Clinton, Evelyn Leevey. 1. Clinton. Llovd FollowelL It. Lane. Patricks Rees. 16. Clinton. IN LOGAN Joseph R. Mileham. Lincoln, Marjorle J. Purviance. Lincoln. Born a AUVIL. Mr. and Mrs. John R . 5H E. Logan, a daughter. Sept. 3. in St. Mary's. CARMAN. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy. Windsor, a daughter. Sept. 3. la Mattoon Memorial Hospital. EBERT. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stonington, a son. Aug. 31. In St. Vincent's Hospital. Taylorvllle. EDWARDS. Mr. nd Mrs. Rov 1337 N. Oullck, a son, Sept. 3, In DAiMC. FOSTER. Mr. and Mrs D V , Msttoon. a son. Sept. 3. in Mattoon Memorial Hospital. HOWE. Mr. and Mrs. Margaret. 1RS5 E. Cantrell, a daughter. Sept. 5. in DAMC. JAN8EM. Mr and Mrs Virgil. Snel. a daughter, Sept. 3, In Mattoon Mrmorlal Hospital. IARRICK. Mr and Mrs Lynn H . 2101 Hedric. a daughter. Sept. 2. In St. Marr's. LEWIS, Mr. and Mrs Kenneth H . Rural Route 1, a daughter, Sept. 2, in St Mary s. LIVINGSTON. Mr and Mr Horace. 10"5 w Forest, a daughter. Sept. 2. in St. Mary s. MAGUET. Mr. and Mrs. Donald. 133 E Lawrence, a son. Sept. 2. in St. Mary s. McMILLEN. Mr. nd Mrs. Farl, Klnraid a daughter. Aug. 30, in St. Vincents Hospital. Tiylorvllle. MIFLKE. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton. Taylor- ville. a son. Sept. 2. in St. Vincent s Hus- pitaL LEADERBRAND. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence. Tovev, a daughter. Sept. 1. In St. Vincent's Hospital. Taylorvllle. SKINNER, Mr. and Mrs. Harold. Morrl-sonvtlle. a son. sept. I. In St. Vincent's Hospital. Taylorvllle. 6TOGSD1LL. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford L. 17.ift K. Locust, a daughter. Sept. 2. In DMC. TRACKER. Mr and Mrs Carl, ln.ig W. Grand, a daughter. Sept. 2. In St. Mary s Lfjal Notices PROPOSAL FOR BIDS. Sealed bids will be received by the Council of the City of Decatur, Illinois until 10 o'clocit AM. September 11. I'JnJ for purchase for use of the Department of Police of th City of one 4-door automobile The rear door must be hinged from the center po5t. That one 1951 Studebaker 4-door sedsn will be turned In as part payment on the purchase price of sa.d new car. The bidder In his bid shall state the amount of credit allowed for said used car. Arrangements mar be made for the Inspection of said used car at Police Headquarters In said City. The City reserves the right to reject any and a.l bids and to accept the bid which Is most advantageous to the City. Dated August io. U)o2 J W. Loftus Seal City Clerk Proposals for the following will be received by the Sta- of Illinois. Dm on of Architecture and Frttm-e Armory-Ot-fict Builainu. Sprinf:eld. IUiv.ois, Tuesday Septmor 1. 152 a: To Thirty o Clock P. M-. Central Daylight Saving Time 1. Addition to Implement Shed, Alien Sate Hospital. Alton, ninni J. interior and Exterior Painting: Cornice Rvurs Vartou Bullcir.sf. Alton State Hopiral. A'ton. Illinois i. General: Heatin. Ventilating. P. urchin P-pe Covering and Kttclen Equipment; r lectnc Work Rehabll.-tation Of Buildines CW-1 and CW-3. Chicago State Hospi'.aL Chicago. Iili. non. 4. Central Heittng. V-nf1atini? and Plumbing: Pipe Covering. Ki'rl.en Equipment: Kfctr.cnl Work Rehabilitation of 'C" Dining Room, Dixon State Hospital. Dixon. Illinois. . General: Hearing. Ventilating and Plumbing: Pipe Covering: E-'nc Wiring Rehabilitat ton ot "V" Build-Ins. East Moime State Hospital. East Moline. Illinois f. G-neral: Hearing. Ventilating and Plum bine: Hrctnral Woric Changes to Speech and Hewnna Departme n. Illinois Eye and Ear Infirroarv. !04 W. Adams Street, Chicago. Illirmis 7. Tuckpoinftng ol Various BuiidliiK!-. Illinois Soldiers' and Sailors' Home. Quincy, Illinois t. Repair and Resurfacing of Present Road. Feme Cllffe State Park. Johnson County. Illinois 9. Roads, Parking Area. Service Build-In. Septic Toilet. Water Lines i including related work' Gebhard Woods State Park. Morris. Illinois 10. R"ad and Parking Lot Repair and Bituminous Re&urfaririr at White pines Forest State Park. Near Polo. Illinois H. Pump Hons and Service Main For District No. 1 State Police Headquarters. Near 8terlmg. Illinois. AM proposals to be in accordance wlh plana and specifications which may be Slewed In the Division of Architecture arid Inglneer'ng Office. Armorv-Offi'-e B-ii'ri-Inr Springfield. Illinois, and 160 North Street, Chicago. Illinois Sae of riinni Richard Smvkal Acting SuperviNor 11 MATTOON ACTO .'RECKING-. Routa 45 is open south of Mattoon to our bulld-Ing. Open 7 to 5:30; 8a t. to 3:30. See Bowen For Better Buy In Good Used Car Mew Studebaker Car and Truck BOWEN MOTOR CO. Studebaker Dealer BEMENT. XIX. PHONI 140 Open evening Bunday TU Moos TIRES! You can get a (49.50 Buolva watch for your old tires it you buy 4 new Plsk. Goodyear or Lee tire at Bill Montgomery's 24-hour Tire & Battery Service, corner Jackson and Prairie. Phone 5309. REGARDLESS You can always get a better ear for les down and longer to pay by saving your pennies at TENNEVS (On Broadway) Decatur' Golden Rule Dealer 6inc lt03 Open Nighu and Sundays SHOCK ABSORBERS at Merry Motors, your headquarters for car and truck ac-ceyories and ptrts. 3j0 E. Praire. WILSON I'M Ford pickup complete with stock rack. 1950 Chevrolet pickup wiUi deiuxe cab. 1948 GMC 34 express. 15)46 Ford 34-passenger school bus. Newly painted inside and out. WE BUY GOOD CLEAN USED CARS FORD DEALER, PH. 34 SHELBYVILLE liso Kaiser Traveler. Al. 1D4S Ford Club coupe. 1948 Wlliyi Jeep, perfect. 1947 Cadillac Fleetwood. l'MS Jeep. (475. 1939 Pontlac. good. STEVENSON GARAGE 3460 E. WUXIAM PR. S-S051 1951 INTERNATIONA! 1 ton. L.W.B. 5 speed transmission witn speed axie. MM 12 ply tires, (1775. International Harvester Co.. 400 E. Main. Motorcycles Bicycles 15 SCHWINN BICYCLES for as little as S4.50 down and only (1.45 per week at rj. r uoocricn to., 317 w. wood St. BOYS bicycle. 28". practically new tires. CO. 7598. BOY'S bicvcle. :6". Srhwinn. Practically new. Warrensburg 3087 after B. SCHOOL OPENING SPECIALS 36 Inch tires (1 9S Pedals, pair (1 10 Fenders, pair 9c Headllshts 9c 26 bikes from (37.9a QUALITY at low price. Continental Stores, 564 N. Water. WANTED: girl 20" or 34" bicycle In pood condition. James Shaw. Moweaqua. pn. 37 or ?6i. Business Service 18 ABC. Apex. Automatic. Maytag or any make washer repaired. Wringer rolls and Parts for all makes. G-orge' Washer Service. 144 S. State. 2-7905. ABC Apez and Martar. Power mowers and Cotton Washer Shop. 13(1 N. Oakland. 3-4722. BASEMENT dlCRin?. grading, fill Neal Lentz. Ellwm. Phone 2271. dirt BASEMENTS: Open, under houses. Grading plowing. Work guaranteed. 3-6309. BASEMENT DIGGING, sewer, crane work, black dirt. Rechkemmer. 82R4. Nlantlc. BLOCK and brick work, garaces built sidewalks, driveways. Rcntfrow. 6.S20. BLOCK LAYING: Concrete work. BTick work. Water-proofing. Chimney. 8-2831. BLOCK laying and cement work of all kinds. Waterproofing basements. 3-7508. BRICK, block work. f:replace. cement, chimneys. Baldrldce. 3-9835. Bulldor'.r.g. hedge pulling, waterways, basement digging. Free estimates. Reasonable rates. Arvln Gadberry. Ph. 2503 Elwln. CABINET MAKING and general contracting. Formica tops. Easy term. Mochel Cabinet Shop. 447 Stuart Ave. 2-5251. CARPETS, upholstery, walls, window. floors. Home Cleaning Service. 98E2. CARPENTER WORK, all types remodeling. Call for estimates. 8-4010. CARPENTRY, power tools. 25 years ex-penence Remodeling. Dial 46K5: 2-0460. CEMENT drives. :dewalks. steps. Bonded, insured. Don P. Hott. General Contractor. Phone 3-4651. Free estimates CEMENT WORK: Driveways, porches, rteps. etc. C. A. Schwab. 3-0732 days CESSPOOLS and septic tank cleaning, also installation. Dunn Ccal Co., 724 N. Mercer. Phone 444 CESSPOOLS and septic tank cleaning. Ex-penenced. Prompt service. 3-7904 ; 3-1528 CHIMNEYS: Repaired expertlv Blocks, cement work. Free estimates 2-7430. CONCRKTF neptic tanks delivered and set. J50. Clements. 29-70i4. F:xmaster's We f x shavers, toasters, keys, rauyrx. 311 N. State Ph. 9771 FLOOR SANDING rd finishing Interior pain'ing. FYee estimate. Phone 9S61; FURNACES OIL gas. coal. Installed, re. Ta red and cleaned. Free estimate. 77:9. 92fi. M:d-State Improvement Co FURNACE CLEANING: Resetting, repairing all makes. Barrv3-43!2 FURNACES vacuum cleaned, repaired. New furnace. 24 hour service. 2-4036. FURNACE cleaning, repairing, resetting Boyd Heating Co. 9825 : 7287. HARORAVE Secret Service: Investigations. store, personal, etc. Quick, reliable. Free consults! kvns.322 Standard 3-6685. HAULING basement clean-ups. Reason- able ra'es. Willjuiy junk. 3-7624. rtAULanvj iraso. (. leanup joos. estimates. Fred Rohman 148 E. Ruth. 9819. HAULING TRASH, basement clean up. Ra-es icduced. Reasonable. Free estimate. 3-0078. KEYS MADE: Locksmith Schtterman Key Shop. 324 East Ave. 3-2311; 8-1014. MOVING: Local, long distance. Experienced help. Reasonable. Long's, 2-6183. ! PAINT and decorate. Exterior. Interior. In-i sured.Courteous workers. 5904. PAINTING: We speclallre In house painting. Finest work. Estimates. Insured. Duncan Decorating. 2-8794; 3-8406. PAINTING: Faperng. steaming, wall-wa-hlng. Insured. Beall. 4527. PAINTING, papcrhanglng. floor sanding. Kstimatesgiven Art Dellert. 2-1855. PAINTING and decorating. 30 year. Ar tist lcldea AlRees.29-2S6. f AINTINO. outside good references. Mc- Millen. 335 S. New. 3-1725. PAINTING, steaming, and wall washing Free estimates. Phone 6140. PAPER HANGING, neat work. reason- able. Mrs. Hobson. (-1534 after 5 p. m. PAPERHANGING. cleaning. 2-680 or Mt Zion 91FI2. Reverse charges. PAPERHANGING: Cleaning. painting. work guaranteed Hudson 2-5777, 2-7820. PAPERHANQINO, steaming. Free-estimate No walling. Jack Mender.all 2-2058. RFMODELINO, porch repair, roofs, foundations. Painting, brush or spray. Kea-sonable. 3-0S73; 3-7000. ROOFING, siding, all kinds. Repair work also. Free estimates. 7719; 9286. Mid-State Improvement Co. WASHER, wringer. repairing. Loughnane. 802 N. Water. 2-418.. part AntomotiT Lost and Found 10 COCKER SPANIEL, tan male, strayed Sat., Aug. 23. Phone 3-0304. Reward. VISION sun glasses, dark green, lost Saturday night, on Church between Eldorado and Weft Main. Reward. Henry Ketch, 2-11546. Automotive 11 BUICK, 1940 2 door, $155. Dobson, 632 S. Franklin. BUICK, 194 L sedan. $235. Please call 8-2780; BUICK 1046 Super. Radio, heater, turn lights. $825. 8-1805 ' BUICK 1946 Super 4 door sedan. Radio, heater. $750. 217 E. Grant, Monllcello 3221. BUICK 1951 Special 4-door, radio, heater. dynaflow, 1 owner. 9000 actual miles, like new, guaranteed. Davis & Wllber. Church at Eldorado. 8-1832. CADILLAC. 1951. 4 door, like new. Trade for cheaper car. 2075 E. William. Carpenter Superior and Amerlcoach buses. new and used, in stock. 1951 IH new school bus. seats 46. 1947 Chevrolet school bus. seats 34. 1945 IH school bus. scats 40. 1947 Studebaker school bus. seats 40. 1948 Ford school bus. seats 40. C. B. MOORE, INC. See or Call Don Thiele BLUE MOUND. ILL. CHEVROLET, 1937. long wheel base van body. Later engine. Extra good tires, dual rears, worth more than price of truck. $150. 700 E. Cerro Gordo until 'L p mj9l n fr tru c ks f or a 3 e CHEVROLET. 1940 3 door, $145. Dob-son. 632 S. Franklin. CHEVROLET. 1947 Sport sedan. Low mileage, txcenent condition, want prewar, clean Chevrolet or Ford In exchange. Can arrange financing. 197 W. Garfield. CHEVROLET, 1948 2-ton with 2 speed axle S.W B $795. International Harvester Co.. 400 E. Main. CHEVROLET '950 Deluxe convertible. Radio, heater, low mileage. No dealers. 2-6749. DESOTO 1950 Club coupe. $10. Excef-lent condition. By owner. 2-7763. DODGE. 1940 SEDAN, J95. 1700 N. 27 TH ST. FORD 1938 tudur. Inquire Troy Bright-man. Lovlngton. Rt. 1. IK)DGF:. 1951club coupe. Coronet, fully equipped, low mi lease. Harold Lipe. Hudson Dealer. Pana. 111. FORD 1946. A-l condition H-pshers Service. Monroe A: Eldorado, between 8-6. FORD DELUXE tudor! 1P47 Excellent condition and priced below celling. Universal Mo torsrd-Mrcur7Jana: INTERnTTIONAL 1948 KB8 tractor with air. $1500. International Harvester, 400 E. Main. INTERNATIONAL 1949 1 ton parcel deltv-er $1550 International Harvester Co.. 400 E Main MERCURY 1949 4 door, extra clean, radio. lira:er. $1245836N. Mam. OLDSMOBILE 88. 1950 Club sedan, "light blue. Radio, heater, hydramatic Lr.w n.ileaee. excellent car. $1895. Maurcr Motors, Roure 51. CUnton. OLDSMORTLE 1951 "88" 2 door Super Phone 3-7562. PLYMOUTH. 1937. rebuilt Seara motor and clu:ch. Reasonable. 331 S. New. PLYMOUTH.194l coupe, bli S. 22nd PONTIAC 19?3. only ?50. Small down payments at Evans Oil Co.. 502 F..Prairie. PONTIAC 1?50 Catalino. Deluxe hydra-mat ic. Fully equipped. Royal Master tires. C6j5 E Division. 3-5082. See cn weekend or after 4 PONTIAC19"38 Silver Streak, excep'ion-aKy nice. Small down payment. 197 W Garfield. SIX DEB A KER. 1941. 2 door. H ter radio, ln-js EWalnut40R3. VILLYS 19.'0. 34 ton pickup truck. Inoks and run like new S6S5. 834 N. Mam AN EDGE On the Used Car Market Highfield Buick Co. USED CAR LOT! 1948 BUICK Fnadma-'er Nearly ne. jet black 1947 BUICK Super Sedan Beautiful B'.ue. loaded 1946 BUICK S'iper Sedan. S- e this o;.e today. 194 CHFVROT ET 4 door New paint and .'ea: co. ers. 1939 OLDSMOBILE 4 door And Many More Wonderful Buys! 313 S. MAIN PHONE 3-342 Announcing Opening of BODY SHOP 744 E. PRAIRIE Complete Auto Painting Body Work and lender Repair FREE ESTIMATES All Work Guaranteed 714 E PRAIRIE PH. 3-TSS1 ASK FOR BOB HAYNES CADILLAC Special Discount For No Trade-ins 19M NASH Ambassador sedan. 1540 CADILLAC. 62. srdan. 1349 CADILLAC. 61. sfdan. 1347 CADILLAC. 62. Ifdan. 1547 CADILLAC. 61. coupe. 1346 CADILLAC. 62. sedsn. CADILLAC RECONDITIONED USED CARS J. L. TALLMAN, INC. 540 N. Franklin 3-9779; 3-9778 ALLEN motor analyser, all attachments. good condition. Reasonable. 2-3032. B. F. GOODRICH Lifesaer tubrless tires Protects against blowouts, seals puncture defies sk'da Terms. B. F. Goodrich Co. 317 w Wood BUY KAISER 1951 Kaiser deluxe. Reautlfu! black. Heater raaio. seat covers. Like new. One-owner Low mileage. Decatur Motor Sales 193 B. WOOD 3-7704 1A Duncan, Anna Maye Services 10:30 a. m. Friday. Cha-pel. Burial LaPlace cemetery. La-Place. III. Friends ma; call at funeral home after noon Thursday. Family requests no flowers. Dawson & Wikoff Pope, Mrs. Helen 3 p. m. Thursday. BrintlinRcr's Funeral Home, where friends may call after Wednesday noon. Interment Grace-land cemetery. BRINTLINSER'S Funeral Flowers 1C HOURANS FUNERAL AND OTHER FLOWERS Phone 5305 "ON THE CORNER" Water at Wood St. Card of Thanks WYKOFP. JOSKPH G. We wi?h to thank our friends, neighbors, relatives. Macon County T B tiamtorium and Macon County Home for their many expressions of kindness, sympathy and beautiful floral offerings extended In our bereavement. Mrs. Bertha Wyknff, Mr. and Mrs. James Wykoff. Mr. and Mrs. William Wvkoff. Cemetery Lots and Monuments 5 oTdAPITOI-m6nUMENT7W0RKS: Box 27, Vandalia. since 19l'0. Largest display of monuments, markers In Central 111. Open daily and Sundayafternoon. QUALITY Memorial Coof Decatur. 2000 block N. Oakland, display south of Grace-land Cemetery office. Decatur's largest stock of monuments and markers. See us before vou buv. Open daily 8 to 5. Sunday 2 30 to 5 .30. Phone 3-3831. Insurance AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE, hospitalization, all other lines. Best of service. Investigate our four payment plan. Carlson Acenrv. "15 Milliktn Bldg 2-6544. Masonic Temple Activities 6A BETHANY Lodge No. 884 AF&AM. Stated meeting ThursB p.m. GREAT LIGHT LODGE NO. 1064: Special meeting. 7 p. m. Thursday. 1st degree. IONIC LODOENO 312f Special "meeting Thursday, 7 p. m. 3rd degree. Refreshments. MACON LODGE NO. 8: Stated meet 1X18 Fr.dav, 7 30 p m STEPHLN DECATUR LODGE NO- 979: Special Meeting Wednesdtrv 6:30 p. m. 2v,d degrees. Vislors welcome. ZOHAK GROTTO:-Stated meeting Wed-nc-day 7 :30 p.m. Tersonals ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. P. O. BOX 903 DRIVING to San Francisco near Sept 10 Take 2. Prefer servicemen's wives. Refer- rice.s 3-2b31 I WILL not be responsible for debts contracted by anyo'ie iher than myelf James Oliver Dawson, 3465 E. Division. Decatur. LADIES'UXILIARY of Eacle5 have postponed the Thur.-uay ni;ht party to a later date. MERIWEATHErTtjrUGT-Closed for vacation. Open Sept. 8th. WHEELCHAIR! beioriging to Oren L ! Davis Auxiliary. Vefera::s of Foreign: War. baaiy needed Please call 3-bJ78: ; 2-3542. Funerals Central Illinois IB Gowin, Mrs. Jennievieve Fanerril S-rvlrrs 9 30 A M Thursday. Churrh of Vii'ation. Tliiopoii. Interment Cai ary Ceme: ery. Springfield. Pritchett's ILLIOPOLIS Where to Go 7C t A FACT-NOT A FANXYCr.irpf.imp. rie-licim;1; Irene h fried shrimp is the bes' ' The Tower Cafe. Rt4S jl. , AS THr COCKTAIL HOUR approaches, make plans to meet your friends at the Linccln SiuareTavern. 121 N. Main AT THE DUTCH MILL In Pana. excelled food, fine mixed drinks. Drive over for an evening of good Ipn' A TREAT' When at DeMarr7 you eat' Air conditioned for mealtime comfort. A te-t ill pro e the, 150 Merchant BF MENT TH EATR K, Brment i The "v.'in- ! nn; Team. ' Doris Day and RonaiC ! Reagan. BUY our berr and package soori a'. Rn-1 mano n Drue-In. Place your order ovrri our handy fpraxcr svstcm and the attend-; ant will hrinir it to your car. Romano s ; Joratrd l04 N. 2'nd, just 3 blocks north S'aley viaciurt. CHICKEN FRY Thur, Sept. 4. 5 to"8 P M. Sponsored hy Reorganised Churrh of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints. Corner Fairvtew and King. Adults $1.35, children $.65. CHICKEN "FRY Mt. Auburn Methodit church Thurs. Sept. 4. Serving starts 4:30 CST Price $1 50and 65c. CIX)SET WEDNESDAY ut open 1 0ft a m. to 1 3 a m. balance of week to sere you the Lnen food. The Acre. 2"0 W. Main. COLDEST BEER m town. Decatur Drive- In. rear 551 N. Water, rear 716 E. Eldorado No parking problems. CRESTTHF:atRE. Cerro Gordo. Ilf. Coming Frtrir.You Never Can Teil" DANCING every Saturday at the Fi e Acres. Mt. Pulaski, from 9 30 to 1 30. C''mf out any nicht' FNJOY GUFS'IS' It's reiily great to .erve them dinner; call The Flying Plate : 3-77. .1. ENTERTAINMENT every nieht. Ruth Kirbv at the Solovox Fife food ann drink at the Wooden Shoe.24l Y. Main GRAND" TlfEATRE." Sullivan: "The 'Oreat-et fhow On Earth." continuous from fi Drue-In Uale Robertson, Anne Baxter in 'Ou'casts of Poker Flat Harvey is back Marty's Tavern Wed . Thurs, A: Fri. A: Sat. HFTYf Hae you wined and dined at the Tap Rrmm At Steak House in Ffllng-ham" I mean, they're tops' NOTICE ALL MOOSE:" Be?tplace'in town to eat, try the Moose. Fine food and dancing every Sat. and Sun Music Sun afternoon 5-8. Air conditioned. "PETTY" GIRL?" with Joan Caiilf lcfd-and Robert Cum mines now showing at the $1 a Car Drive-In. junction 48 and 51. Al?o adaedattractions. RUMMAGE SALE: Tues. night. Wed 551 N. Broadway. M. B T. Club. RUMMAGE SALE: Cana Shrine of the Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem. Sullivan. 111. at 5fl N. Broadway. De-a-tu-. Ill . Thurs. night Sept. 4, all day Fn Sept 5 8 to 5 p m SCLNIC THEATRE. Assumption: "The Sellout." Marrina Walter Pidgeon. SKYWAY Drive-In Theatre, Mattoon. "Red Mountain.' Alan Ladd Llzabetn scott Mon. through Wed. TANNER Drive-In theatre, Pana. 'Jol-son Sings Again", Larry Parks THE HOLIDAY ts passed but you can still Cf lebrate at the Pom-Fom. urive out oJtenMOOg WWood. VILLA NOVA. 6th ie Piatt. Mattoon: Fine cocktails, delicious fried chicken, and en-terti.inr.ient by Bill Inglee A:Tmy! WEDNESDAY won t be the day of "woe." with Canadian Ace at home. Ralphs Pun. 135 S. Oakland. 101 RANCH is holding a dance Sat. nlirht 8 30. Admission SI couple, 50c single Glenn Nixon's Quintette. Lost and Found 10 GLASSFS. Man's. In brown rase, lost nar Alhambra vhratrr. Sunday. Reward Phone 2-3ti40. PERSON who picked up coat In bus station please contact Box 730 Herald-Review. REWARD for return of my billfold and pictures lost at Pan's Field Tues. nlcht. Wand Lea Roper. 172 N. Gullet. 3 -ail J. Funerals Decatur I : Business Service It GENERAL HAULING: Call day Free estimates. Phone 7943. Bigbt. JIM'S DELIVERY 6ERVICE: Anything from small packages to moving Joba. Ka-conable rates. Phone (-1996. Help Wanted Male. Fenul XX BABY SITTER. to 4:30, care 1 child. 2-862S after 6 p. m. BOOKKEEPER cashier. Permanent pod-tion. Excellent working conditions. Apply to Betty Griffin. Raupp's shoe Store, lt N. Water. CARPENTERS Experienced, capable of doing framing; and finish work on new residential construction, steady work. L. E. GRABB & CO. PHONE 3-1034 CURB BOYS, nighu. high school ag. Apply The Park inn. 2320 K. Main. CURB BOYS or girl. & night week. Must be 16 or over. Perry' Drive in. 22nd A: Camrell. CURB GIRL. days. Open all winter. 3J8 E. Main. Hitching Post. CURB GIRLS: t pm to 1 a.m. night per week. Good tips. Applv In person. Steak 'n' Shake. (20 W. Mam. DISHWASHER, woman. Apply Campul Cafe. 120 8. Oakland. DISHWASHER, white, experienced. Transportation furnished. CaU 3-7313. Mr. Corbett. FOUNTAIN girls 1 day. I night. 3 curb boys. 1 dax. 1 night. Experience not necessary. Jordan's Drive-In, 3513 N. Main; FOUNTAIN HELP, female, full or part lime. Wrlgley Super drugs, 455 N. Water. FURNACE MECHANICS, 3. or helper ex. perlenced. Permanent job, top wages. Apply Holland Furnace Co. 660 W. Mam. HOUSEKEEPER for motherless home. No objection to 1 child. More for home than wages. Ph. 475. LAYOUT MAN. experienced, for heating. rpp wages for 1 who can Qualify. 2-3 1 77. MACHINISTS MILLING MACHINE OPERATORS ENGINE LATHE OPERATORS TURRET LATHE OPERATORS PRECISION GRINDERS THIS IS THE SET UP ON EARNINGS FOR TOP NOTCH MACHINISTS AT McDONNELL Base pay up to C.Pl per hour Cost of living allowance .16 per hour Pay rate on first shift (2 07 per hour Pry rate on 2nd shift 2 17 per hour Pay rate on 3rd shift (2.13 per hour If response warrants tt, we will Interview In your city. Mall in coupon for appll cation and more Information about one of tne largest employers In the Mid-West. My Name Is Address City I have yean experience u: Operator engine lath Precision grinders Operator Milling Machine Operator Turret Lathe Ail around machinist. YOU'LL LIKE WORKING FOR M-A.C! McDonnell AIRCRAFT CORP. P. O. BOX 51S. 6T. LOUIS. 3. MO. , s... try for reneral i ' Heraid -Review housework. Box 731 MECHANIC, experienced on tractor and trucks. Apply H. R, O Bryan Imp. Co, Lovington. MOLDERS Bench and Squeezer MODEL BRASS CO. 232 E. Decatur APPLY IN PERSON PARTS MAN needed. Experienced. Apple H. R. O' Bryan Imp. Co.. Lovingtcn. Product and Food Market Men $65 to $85 Week Openings for two men. Must be experienced. References. Apply Buckmaster'. 343 W. Grand. RADIO-TV serviceman, fully experienced. Top salary to ualified man. Also need mechanic helper. Freeman's. The Radio Shop. 916 E. Wood. Phone 3-3732; SECOND COOK, able to bake. Transpor tation furnished, corxee pot. 3-9307. SEWING Machine Operators. Steady work with rood wages for experienced opera- tors Home Mfg. Co.. 741 e. Eldorado - . . -,- TRUCK DRIER ' tr ?rk Ask for T -L4Porce' w-ChiH 320 B. Cerro . irao. TRUCK DRIVER: For retail delivery, Must be In good health, able to lift. Know street location, bee Raj After. Morehousa at Well. 11 GOOD CARS FOR LESS MONEY 1951 PACKARD "200" sedan. Ultra-matic transmission, plastic seat covers. Blue Ribbon Warranty (2495 1950 PACKARD "135" sedan, radio, heater, ultramatic transmission sunshade Blue Ribbon Warranty. Only 17.000 actual miles (1795 1950 PACKARD "135" sedan. 21.000 actual miles. Fresh air heater, nylon seat covers. Blue Ribbon warranty. A nearly new car lor only (1695 1950 NASH AMBASSADOR Super sedan overdrive. Weathereye heater, radio, plastic seat cove-ers. Beautiful maroon finish (1595 1949 OLDSMOBILE "98" Rocket convertible hydramatic radio, heater. plastic seat covers. Helms car guards, driving lichts. back-up lights. A striking cherry red linl&n with black top and whitewali tires. Excellent mechanical condition. Truly an outstanding car for (1595 1946 PLYMOUTH Special Deluxe sedan, radio, heater, practically new tires ( 745 1946 NASH Ambassador sedan, excellent finish, motor recently overhauled, nearly new tires ( (95 1941 OLDSMOBILE buy edan. A good ( 295 1911 PACKARD "(' 2-door sedan, pood paint and tires, new motor. 2 years old, special ( 295 Kilb orn s USED CAR CORNER 201 W. WOOD PH. 5197 HOUSE TRAILERS 1550 Rovcraft 30 ft. modern. 1943 Continental 27 ft. semi-modern. MIDWEST TRAILER SALES 900 N Broadway at King St. Phone 5493 or 5494 HOUSE TRAILER: American 21'. oil heat, bottle eas stove. Good condition. Weaver, U south Wycklcs Corner. House Trailers USED SPECLA.LS 1346 Alma ;T tandem. Electric refriper-a rr. bot!e gas cook stove. New paint. S1250. 1943 Plstt 25' tandem. Flectrle refrigerator, bottle cs cook stove. Perfect condition. $13o0. 131I Gchen 31. complete bath. New paint. good condition. Specially Fn ed 1950 New Moon. 33. 2 bertrooms. 6 sleeper, complete bath. Aluminum exterior. Perfect. 1951 Rollaway 3V 1 bedroom, large l!v:nc rnrm, complete bath. Island bed. Like new. Alwsvs tl-e largest selection of r.ew and Uied trailers in Central Illinois. KISTLER TRAILER SALES Jet. 51-48-121 Phone 2-2404 North edge of Decatur HOUSE TRAILER iP4D Rnllonome. 30ft. 4 rooms, sleeps a. Masonite Mrs. Lester F'rvenvin. 106 E. Fayette Ave., Effingham. M House Trailers USED TRAILERS $350 UP LIKE NEW. 34 ft.. 1951 model. Pontlac Chief Bedroom In front and in the rear of trailer Perfect. A REAL BEAUTY 33 ft. 1951 model. Schu.t 3 bedroom. Immaculate. NEW TRAILERS FROM $2295 UP BARDING TRAILER SALES RT 48 AT JASPER ST. DECATUR, ILL. HOUSE TRAILER. 114S Ironwond. Good condition reasonable for Quick saie. 3-3032. LANDERS-HUDSON 1951 H'idson Hornet sedan. 14.000 actual miles. One-owner. Perfect. 19-) Hudson Cimmodore 6 sedan, 17,000 actual miles, one-owner 1950 Chevrolet, black. Very clean. 1950 Ford tudor. low- mileage 19 Bu"k Super station wagon. (995. 1948 Hudson Commodore 8 sedan. 1948 Hudson Super 6 sedan. 1947 Hudson 4-door sedan, really nice. 1941 B.-.lck sedanette. clean. TRANSPORTATION 1940 F't'rk 2-door 1940 OMsmrblle J-door. 1940 Bulek Club ceiipe. 1940 Nash 2-door. 1941 Ford tudor. 1940 Hudson. 750 E. PRAIRIE PH. 3-8741 NASH SELECT USED CARS 10-0 Ford Cufom sdan $1385 194 N5h Ambassador fed an. Radio. orrinve. Like new I10P.S 1947 P'ymouth sedan. Very clean $ 785 1949 Nash, 600, fcedarj. BOPP MOTORS Ph. 5253 340 W. Woo' NEED TTRFS? (71.50 Btllnva watch for your old tires on the purchase of 4 Flsk Pnfety-Fllsht Tires at Bill Montgomery's 24-hour Tire A Battery Service, corner Jackson and Prairie. Phone 5309. OLDSMOBILE 1047 OT.PPMOnn E "7S" 4-donr Padlo. heater and hydramatic. Very evd tires. Good darn irrn finish. Trv tht one in iralf ic :ry ihi one on tht road. We are confident vou vill buy It. B. B. Burns Co., Inc. 403 E. PRAIRIE TH. 4217 OLDSMOBILE 1951 STUDEBAKER Commander 4-door sedan Radio heater, overdrive. 14.000 actua miles 1951 CHEVROLET sedan aeilvery. Heater radio defroster. 10.000 actual mile. 1(49 OLDSMOBILB (8 4-door sedan. Radio, heater. 1949 OLDSMOBILE 88. Oeluve 4-dOT sedan. Radio, heater. Royal Master tirea. 1949 CHEVROLET DeluTe 4-door Styleltn Rad'o. beater defroster. 1949 PC RD V-8 Custom Tudor. Radio, heater COOPER OLDSMOBILE CO. ?5 Tears Your Olrismenila fVa y 340-360 N Broadway Phone S433 WRECKING 193 Chevrolet standard. Good motor. 1795 N. Church. Antomotive 11 Bill's Auto Sales 1951 Chevrolet Fleetllne. 2-door, like new. 1947 Buick Si'per sedan, perfect. 1601 N. 22nd. S-2432. Open 'til 10 Coffey Auto Mid. 529 E. NORTH. DECATUR, ILL. Many Clearance Specials, $75. (95, J 145, Upl 1951 Ford Custom Tudor. Fordomatic. radio, heater. Nice 1-owner car. Guar-anteed. 1051 Chevrolet sedan delivery. Good condition. Guaranteed 1950 Chevrolet deluxe 2-door. Exceptionally Clean. Guaranteed. No Down Payment Required to (5001 Complete Radiator FOR !1 make cars and trucks. Also ove' 1000 raalators rebuilt lor over the counter sales. Decatur Auto Wrecking 1515 N. 32ND 3-7721 Economical, Efficient Transportation 19it DeSoto Custom 4-door. rsdio $2344 1951 Dodce Coronet sedan, radio $2135 1949 Packard "8" 4-door. rsdio 81365 1949 Plv.nouth 1st Series Club coupe 985 1948 Hudson Commodore 6. radio ( 9B5 1948 Plymouth Pnecial Deluxe 2-door t 885 1946 Plymouth Special Deluxe 4-door $ 766 H. P. HAZELRISG CO. Authorised DeSito-Plvmouth Kales tt Service Phona 3-3479 435-49 E. Prairie Ford Specia 1951 PTtTDEBAKER 2-tloor Fu!!t ")utp-pftl lnriudintr overdrive Extra clean. Kcautilul bla-k fmu-h like new. Priced ay beiow Us real alue. John Rechtin-Dick Hupp Inc. Ford Dealer 385 E Pra:r;e GOOD CHEAP TRANSPORTATION 1941 CHEVROLET 2-door 19J9 BUICK sedan 1936 DODGE 3-door (395 1295 ( 95 W. C. STARR, INC. Chrysler-Plymouth N Main tt William ENJOY THE FALL CONVERTIBLES At Convertible Headquarters 1952 De SOTO Flrrdnme Convertible. TATft milev This is a new car al a treat sai ins. 19M PLYMOUTH- O what a bur Perfect m everv war Come one. come all Let's enjoy tne fall. 1949 MFRCUKY: Oome. coins and will soon be gone. Sae by our loss! HARD TOP SEDANS 1951 CHRYSLER Windsor- Deluxe sedan, like new. Cleanest car in town. 1930 STTOFBAKFR- All factory Installer! equipment We know this is the bett buv in Studebaker In Decatur. 1951 MERCURY: Drive with the ease of no shiliine. You must see It to appreciate this one. 1950 Bt'TCK sedanette DTiaflow Padln and heater Come to see lh! D"n't be afraid to price it. You'll be surprised. 1950 MKRCURY Thts car has everything' Pcrlect to drive. 1949 MFRCI'RY- Four in stork. Take vour pic. They're all perfect family cars Save with an overdrive. 1918 CHEVROI ET' That's richt Aero-sedan. Prettiest car O. M. has made. Why let your friend be the lucky one? Euy tt yourself. 1946 CHEVROLET' Best buy in 46 model cars yet. Good shape 1949 CHEVROLET 2-door. Even has a spotiiKht. Make someone a nice car. 1946 NASH 600. Club coupe. Pretty cheap. Why not drive It' ALSO 40 OTHER CARS EQUAL BARGAINS AND GOOD TRANSPORTATION OPEN EVENINGS TILL f 00 Corne- Broadway is Prairie Ph. 2-3913 NOLEN LOT FORD SCHOOL BUS 40 passenger. Al condition, smo Frnehlich Farm Sales. Ml. Pulaski. Phone 21. HIGH VALUE LOW PRICES 1951 Studebaker Commander State 4- cloor Automatic transmission, Cllrr.atizr low mllrag (1975 1950 Studebaker Champion 2-door. Overdrive eiimatlrer. radio (1435 1948 Studebaker Champion 4-door. Overdrive. Climatuer radio 194A Studebaker Champion 4-door. overdrive, eadlo. climatuer ( 895 1941 "3u'rk seunett" ( 29b 190 Nash Ambassador ( 175 H.G.WONDERLINCO. YOUR STUDEBAKER DEALER 360 r. Main Phone 3-3625 HOUSE TRAILFR. 18-ft. 1948 National: Dottle gas slove, relrlgerator: sleeps 4. electr-c brakes: all In good condition: good rubber. Kenneth Little. Ramsey. 111. HOUSE TRAILERS pulled anywhere. I5c mile, can git ruuencea, 3-JtW after . Automotive Where . . . In Th9 ....Is The Iladio Log??? Relax Pop . . . it's really no problem -all you have to do is LOOK AT THE UPPER RIGHT HAND CORONER OF THE FIRST PAGE. You'll find a complete listing by page number of the many features in your daily- DECATUR HERALD BAD soft basement walls made good as SALESLADY FOR STATIONERY depart-new. Chimneys pointed. Walls cement ment. If you like to meet the public w coated. Waterproofing and coated any have an opening for you In our Station-color. Cement work Ideal time now. Wal- ery Department. Haines er Essick. tcr Eckmin. 157lN. Monroe. 3-3632. SALESLADY, experienced In sportswear RESIDENTIAL and commercial construe- j and eccessortea Full time. Apply In per-tion. Bonded. Insured. A complete build- son. Srmmel Ready to Wear. 344 W. tug service Phone 2-4651 for estimates ! Water. uon r. Hott. General contractor. SCHWAB S RENT-ALL SHOP . . , . , Rents senders (all klndsl, steamers, chain i saws, ladders, concrete mixers, sump pumps, power mowers, weed cutters, tran-, sit levels, ramset guns, skill saws, elecirlr: drills, hedge trimmers, lawn rollers, seed- ! era. sprayers, paint spravers tid many . other tools. Corner 21st 4- E. Main. Phone 3-0732. I I i

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